LONDON British Prime Minister David Cameron will try to repair trust in his leadership on Monday by speeding legislation to make companies criminally liable for employees who aid tax evasion.
After a week of questions over his personal wealth and his late father's connection to an offshore fund, Cameron has moved to defuse criticism over his handing of the fallout from the Panama Papers by publishing his own tax records.
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